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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by vyelps » Wed Aug 19, 2009 1:47 pm

im trying to find some good supplements for torts. my section is using Tort Law: Responsibilities & Redress by John C.P. Goldberg, Anthony J. Sebok, and Benjamin C. Zipursky. i cant seem to find any supplements keyed to the textbook. I had planned on reading the casebooks and briefing anyway so its not a problem (plus i've heard good things about glannon's EE). just wondered if anyone else knew of a supplement specific to that text.

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by e_ticket » Wed Aug 19, 2009 2:24 pm

Section P!

In terms of class times, I am quite pleased with this schedule.

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by Flowah » Wed Aug 19, 2009 2:47 pm

Section G, I think..

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by seychelles » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:23 pm

Section G for me too!

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by chikalicious » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:36 pm

nicoz wrote:
Anhimal wrote:How do we know which section we are in? Where is the list/link to cross reference?
http://cgi2.www.law.umich.edu/_ClassSch ... ?term=1760
Wolverine Access isn't the most intuitive site, so either search for "class schedule" or look under Enrollment for My Class Schedule. Then compare with the general class schedule via link provided above for your section. Legal Practice Prof's name will tell you your section assignment. It's possible that I'm an idiot and we already got emails telling us our section assignments. I just haven't checked today.
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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by safari » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:40 pm

Section F.... I knew I was going to get an 8 o'clocker!! Anyone else?

What's the word on those profs? Cooper, Radin, Sherman Clark, Pinto?

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by Erie Doctrine » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:43 pm

vyelps wrote:im trying to find some good supplements for torts. my section is using Tort Law: Responsibilities & Redress by John C.P. Goldberg, Anthony J. Sebok, and Benjamin C. Zipursky. i cant seem to find any supplements keyed to the textbook. I had planned on reading the casebooks and briefing anyway so its not a problem (plus i've heard good things about glannon's EE). just wondered if anyone else knew of a supplement specific to that text.
You don't need one for torts. Pretty self-explanatory cases. The torts E&E isn't too great, either. The "CrunchTime" supplement should be more than enough to get you through (keeping in mind that we had Clark, not whoever you have. But it's torts).

Oh, and if you do any formal case briefing after the first week, you are wasting precious time.

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by safari » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:46 pm

And how do you check books and reading assignments on Wolverine Access?

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by Erie Doctrine » Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:01 pm

safari wrote:Section F.... I knew I was going to get an 8 o'clocker!! Anyone else?

What's the word on those profs? Cooper, Radin, Sherman Clark, Pinto?
Clark goes straight through the casebook. You'll get 20-30 pages of reading each night, in the order it appears in your book, and you'll cover it via the Socratic Method the next day. Very entertaining guy. Good sense of humor.

Oh, and his tests are 100 percent issue-spotters, all available via the library's Web site.
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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by Maecenas » Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:03 pm

Anyone have Crane (Contracts), Krier (Property), or Herzog (Torts) before and care to give some insight? Thanks!

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by sleepyturtle » Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:10 pm

safari wrote:And how do you check books and reading assignments on Wolverine Access?
If you look at "Select display options," you'll see three circles ("List View," "Weekly Calendar View," and "Textbook List View"). Click on the third and you'll see the textbooks for all of your classes. You can also click on the numerical hyperlink to get this information for each class.

You can also go here (http://cgi2.www.law.umich.edu/Files/Rec ... Files.aspx) for the first day class assignments.

Out of curiosity, anyone know about Kraus (Contracts/Visiting from UVA), Krier (Property), Hershovitz (Torts), or Falon (Legal Practice)?
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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by 06072010 » Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:10 pm

Maecenas wrote:Anyone have Crane (Contracts), Krier (Property), or Herzog (Torts) before and care to give some insight? Thanks!
<3 Herzog

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by hdg315 » Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:44 pm

how about Jill Horwitz, William Miller, and Mark West?

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by Aeroplane » Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:45 pm

Section P also!

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by vyelps » Wed Aug 19, 2009 4:54 pm

sleepyturtle wrote:
safari wrote:And how do you check books and reading assignments on Wolverine Access?
If you look at "Select display options," you'll see three circles ("List View," "Weekly Calendar View," and "Textbook List View"). Click on the third and you'll see the textbooks for all of your classes. You can also click on the numerical hyperlink to get this information for each class.

You can also go here (http://cgi2.www.law.umich.edu/Files/Rec ... Files.aspx) for the first day class assignments.

Out of curiosity, anyone know about Kraus (Contracts/Visiting from UVA), Krier (Property), Hershovitz (Torts), or Falon (Legal Practice)?
sleepyturtle, are you section M?

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by MathewRobertCooper » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:03 pm

safari wrote:Section F.... I knew I was going to get an 8 o'clocker!! Anyone else?

What's the word on those profs? Cooper, Radin, Sherman Clark, Pinto?
Radin is awesome.

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by sleepyturtle » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:15 pm

vyelps wrote:
sleepyturtle wrote:
safari wrote:And how do you check books and reading assignments on Wolverine Access?
If you look at "Select display options," you'll see three circles ("List View," "Weekly Calendar View," and "Textbook List View"). Click on the third and you'll see the textbooks for all of your classes. You can also click on the numerical hyperlink to get this information for each class.

You can also go here (http://cgi2.www.law.umich.edu/Files/Rec ... Files.aspx) for the first day class assignments.

Out of curiosity, anyone know about Kraus (Contracts/Visiting from UVA), Krier (Property), Hershovitz (Torts), or Falon (Legal Practice)?
sleepyturtle, are you section M?
N, actually. But close! Do you know anything about the profs, vyelps?

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by itzjulz » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:16 pm

I'm in E 8)

Excited for Clark, not excited for Civ Pro at 8am.

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by tcortez » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:26 pm

Section G. Baby baby!!!

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by itzjulz » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:30 pm

itzjulz wrote:I'm in E 8)

Excited for Clark, not excited for Civ Pro at 8am.
Also, just noticed that almost all of my required textbooks are either 2008 or 2009 editions. Greaaaat. Any 2L's have any of the following???:

ISBN: 0314180265 The modern law of contracts, Author: by Bruce W. Frier, James J. White., Publisher: Thomson/West 2nd ed. 2008

Contracts Texts: Restatement 2d Contracts, UCC Article 2 & the CISG by James E. Byrne, 4th ed 2008

ISBN: 0735569231 Cases and materials on torts, Author: Richard A. Epstein., Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business/Aspen Publishers 9th ed. 2008

ISBN: 9780735564244 Legal writing, Author: Richard K. Neumann, Jr., Sheila J. Simon., Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business/Aspen Publishers 2008

ISBN: 9780735569775 The Process of Legal Research, Author: Christina Kunz, Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business/Aspen Publishers 7TH 2008

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by WIdan » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:32 pm

Another one for section G. I'm more of a morning person, so I'm liking our schedule.

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by vyelps » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:33 pm

sleepyturtle wrote:
vyelps wrote:
sleepyturtle wrote:
safari wrote:And how do you check books and reading assignments on Wolverine Access?
If you look at "Select display options," you'll see three circles ("List View," "Weekly Calendar View," and "Textbook List View"). Click on the third and you'll see the textbooks for all of your classes. You can also click on the numerical hyperlink to get this information for each class.

You can also go here (http://cgi2.www.law.umich.edu/Files/Rec ... Files.aspx) for the first day class assignments.

Out of curiosity, anyone know about Kraus (Contracts/Visiting from UVA), Krier (Property), Hershovitz (Torts), or Falon (Legal Practice)?
sleepyturtle, are you section M?
N, actually. But close! Do you know anything about the profs, vyelps?
i dont know anything about them, other than Krier co-wrote the casebook that we are using for property and Kraus co-wrote the casebook for contracts. the wikipedia site for Kraus says he is a "rough" cold caller. anybody else know anything?

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by dlindqui » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:51 pm

Another Section N. Im not liking the idea of 5pm-6pm legal practice.

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by fbuda » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:56 pm

Section F here.

I just went to Ulrich's and spent $620 on most of my books for this semester. I still need two course books and outlines for the 3 substantive courses. I'll definitely be trying to sell these to other 1Ls come spring/summer.

By the way, are there other incoming, non-summer starter students going to Dominick's tomorrow? If so, I'd love to meet some of you all there, but I hesitate to crash on a group of only summer starters who just finished exams.

Let me know, and maybe I'll see some of you tomorrow.

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Re: Michigan 2012

Post by chikalicious » Wed Aug 19, 2009 5:59 pm

Is it too late to buy books online and get expedited delivery? When do we get our first set of assignments?

Seriously? What are you waiting for?

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